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No life without end: empirical test

Date: 7.11.2021

Death Method Epistemology

If there exists a result of the whole life, it became apparent only outside of the time span between birth and death (in particular, after life, that is death; see in detail End of Life). Moreover, any reasonable activity, such as life, must have such a goal, necessarily defined through belief (Importance of goal and End of life and belief) [1].

So, how do they live, those who reckon life as having no ends?

[1] Note that even if one thinks that life does not necessarily have a goal, they do it out of belief. In other words, they believe that life has no goals. Thus, it is a sheer belief, for example, that there is no life after death.

See also:
End of life | Death | Confession